Expected Student Outcomes
LCS holds each of its students to high standards, with a school wide and cross-curriculum set of expectations and outcomes that all faculty and staff are committed to helping students achieve.
students will pursue excellence in academics through achieving the following outcomes:
- Becoming creative and critical thinkers who apply learning to solve real-world problems.
- Working independently without need of supervision
- Knowing how to utilize technology wisely to find, analyze, assess information and filter that Information through the “lens” of God’s Word.
- Cultivating and sharing artistic, musical, and academic abilities
- Demonstrating the academic competence that is required for the next level of academic pursuit.
- Communicating effectively in both written and verbal form.
- Knowing the Bible in concept and memorization.
- Applying learning to healthy choices affecting lifestyle.
Students will pursue excellence in Service by:
- Recognizing that each of us is made in God’s image and accepting, honoring and serving one another within and without the school community.
- Developing understanding and appreciation of cultures and people of all backgrounds, faiths, origins, and ages.
- Demonstrating self-control in attitude and behavior.
- Valuing and engaging in school and community service projects.
- Working with respect and integrity, as a leader or participant, in service or class projects as “unto the Lord.”
- Understanding the biblical mandate for service and missions, including responsibility to the poor and lost.
- Understanding their strengths and talents and using those to serve others.
- Developing leadership skills to serve others.
- Becoming a wise steward of personal, financial, and natural resources realizing these as coming from God.
Students will pursue excellence in biblical truth by:
- Accepting Christ as their personal Savior.
- Pursuing ongoing spiritual growth including prayer, Bible study, worship and devotional reading.
- Demonstrating the gifts of the Holy Spirit; love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, kindness, gentleness, and self-control.
- Exemplifying Christ-like character, leading their lives according to biblical standards of virtue and ethics.
- Discovering their value and worth as one who is created in the image of God.
- Understanding a Christian worldview.
- Knowing how to share and defend their faith.
- Knowing how to articulate differences between a Christian and other worldviews and dialoguing effectively with those who hold other worldviews.